As moms, we tend to put our own well-being on the backburner in order to focus on our children. Michele Faehnle shares three surprising ways she is spending time “working on me.”
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Michele Faehnle received a new perspective on aging from Lisa Mladinich’s presentation in the “Relationships” series: the signs of aging are part of God’s plan.
Would you like Facebook to help you grow closer to God this year? Find out how you can join the St. Teresa Online Book Club on Facebook as we begin reading the latest and greatest CatholicMom.com book – The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections, edited by Lisa Hendey and Sarah Reinhard.
We are all called to share the Good News and evangelize, but God has called some people to take a leap of faith and live out His Word as missionaries in foreign countries. Michele Faehnle shares an interview with Colleen Mitchell, author of “Who Does He Say You Are?” and founder of St. Bryce Missions in Costa Rica.
On the 13th of this month we celebrate the feast day of St. Francis Xavier Cabrini, the first United States citizen to be canonized a saint. Michele Faehnle and her children share their mini-pilgrimage to the Mother Cabrini Shrine in Golden, Colorado.
Do you need a little help in little help jump-starting your morning prayer? Michele Faehnle shares about the latest Catholicmom.com book – “The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections,” edited by Lisa Hendey and Sarah Reinhard. This book can help you start your morning off right!
Looking for a way to strengthen your marriage but don’t have a lot of time? We’ve got the answer for you! Michele Faehnle shares about the new online book club featuring Catholicmom.com contributor Karee Santos’ The Four Keys to Everlasting Love. Join us!
Going to confession can be daunting to children (and even some adults!) but as parents, we can help our children recognize the gift of this beautiful sacrament. Michele Faehnle shares four ways she’s been able to help her kids cherish this sacrament and ultimately build an oasis of mercy within our homes.
Fermenting tea into the popular drink Kombucha had always intrigued Michele Faehnle. With the insistance of her brother, a novice in the Franciscan T.O.R., she grew from a skeptic to a lover of this healthy drink and encourages you to boost your family’s health by trying it at home.
Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, end of year teacher gifts, weddings, birthdays; the list goes on and on for spring gift giving. Michele Faehnle shares her favorite gift, a spiritual bouquet. Her family has found some creative and crafty ways to make this beautiful tradition fresh and share it with those they love.